Cordain has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Health Fitness Daily' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Cordain was highly popular in November, 2015.
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[...] it Worth it? Just to make sure there's no confusion. I am not saying that everything that Eaton, Cordain and others wrote is bogus. I am just saying that their papers are above everything else the [...]
[...] the Paleo Diet Good for Runners? Since carbohydrates are non-negotiable for endurance athletes, Cordain co-authored The Paleo Diet for Athletes with Joe Friel, a renowned coach with a master's degree [...]
[...] not always been so prevalent. It first took hold when Colorado State University Professor Loren Cordain’s book, ‘The Paleo Diet’, was published back in 2001. Following its unprecedented success, [...]
[...] diet on health and human disease today is; perhaps, the most important issue at hand. When Dr. Cordain introduced me to Paleolithic nutrition back in the late 1980s, the dietary template was a [...]
[...] come from? The diet has been popularised by one book particularly – The Paleo Diet, by Dr Loren Cordain. Unlike some popular diet advisers, Cordain has genuine scientific credentials: she is a [...]
[...] for any good Paleo dieter, was clearly opening doors. Regards, Trevor Connor Trevor Connor is Dr. Cordain’s last mentored graduate student and will complete his M.S. in HES and Nutrition from the [...]
[...] to help determine what may be an optimal diet for human health and performance. Dr. Loren Cordain, the very founder of the modern Paleo Diet movement, demonstrated an example of being open minded [...]
[...] harmful to your developing fetus than are artificially sweetened soft drinks. Cordially, Loren Cordain, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus Dr. Loren Cordain is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Health [...]
[...] edited, however.Even if you have read the wonderful books by Taubes, Fallon and Enig, Gedgaudes, Cordain, Price, Sisson, Schwartzbein, Shanahan, Eades etc. this book is still worth reading.I rate this [...]